New Zealand’s premier law and technology conference LawTech is now just one week away with a wide range of speakers due in an expanded, more interactive conference.
Many law firms have registered for the event at the Pullman Hotel, due to start on 18 March, with a wide range of practice managers, lawyers, knowledge managers, barristers and others having registered. A range of featured speakers include Judge David Harvey and Christina Libro (pictured) from “Doing Law Differently” consultancy.
Discounted tickets remain available for legal professionals who wish to join colleagues from other firms who have already registered.
Contact the organisers at the link below for the limited discounted tickets now available.
Who is attending?
Current firms represented include – Alexander Dorrington, Anderson Lloyd, Aderant, Anthony Harper, Boyle Mathieson, Chapman Tripp, Clendons, Deloitte, DLA Piper, Duncan Cotterill, Ebborn Law, eLaw, FMA, Grimshaw & Co, Hesketh Henry, IRD, Jones Fee, KPMG, LawLink, LawVu, Lowndes, Lowndes jordan, Meredith Connell, Mortlock McCormack, Online Security, Price Baker Berridge, Russell McVeagh, SFO, Sharp Tudhope Lawyers, Shortland Chambers and Simpson Grierson.
More about LawTech NZ
As New Zealand’s premier legal technology event, LawTech NZ provides a platform for anyone involved in the intersection of technology and the law to develop their knowledge in this fast changing area.
The event has been expanded to appeal to lawyers, practice managers, knowledge managers and all legal support and IT professionals.
LawTech NZ has been specifically designed to provide the latest legal technology developments and practical information which is relevant to the day–to-day practice of legal professionals.
This year’s expanded and exciting agenda packs interactive workshops, presentations and demonstrations from leading New Zealand and international practitioners.
The keynotes feature leading technology Judge His Honour Judge David Harvey and international legal technology expert Nigel Murray, whilst attendees can move freely between 3 streams – Legal & eDiscovery, Legal Technology and Technology Demonstrations & Case Studies.
There is also the option to ‘add-on’ the ‘eDiscovery 101 – Back to Basics’ breakfast workshop on the morning of LawTech NZ.
Find out more about the full line-up of speakers and the programme on the LawTech NZ event page.